Air Date: September 17th, 1996
New York's deputy mayor plays politics with his staff.
Season 6 - Episode 22 : A Friend in Need Apr 30, 2002
Charlie and Caitlin's affair is exposed when a surveillance camera captures the lovers having sex in the mayor's office.
Season 6 - Episode 21 : A Tale of Four Cities; A Friend in Need Apr 30, 2002
To spite Charlie for downplaying an encounter with an ex, Caitlin accompanies a sexy New Yorker on a business date; the staff finds out about Charlie and Caitlin's love affair.
Season 6 - Episode 21 : A Tale of Four Cities Apr 30, 2002
To spite Charlie for downplaying an encounter with an ex, Caitlin accompanies a sexy New Yorker on a business date.
Season 6 - Episode 20 : Look Who's Not Talking Apr 23, 2002
Caitlin breaks up with Tom (guest star Perry King) and things with Charlie reach a new level; Paul and Carter feel threatened by the mayor's temp.
Season 6 - Episode 19 : Let's Give Them Something to Talk About Apr 16, 2002
Caitlin goes to a therapist after she and Charlie kiss; Paul appears on a controversial radio talk show.
Reunited with "Family Ties" creator Gary David Goldberg, movie star Michael J. Fox scores a landslide victory in his terrific TV comeback. [16 Sept 1996, p.35] Show More
Based on both content and time slot - between "Home Improvement" and "NYPD Blue" - Spin City is potentially the breakout hit of the season. [17 Sept 1996] Show More
Every few years, if we're lucky, a new sitcom arrives that is so effortlessly funny, its characters so perfectly realized, that it seems more like a third-season opener than a fresh-from-the-box pilot. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" was that way; so were "Taxi," "Cheers" and "Frasier," to name a few others...I may be overstating things, but I don't think I am, by placing tonight's Michael J. Fox showcase, ABC's Spin City, in the same league. [17 Sept 1996, p.70] Show More